Walking With Herb

‘Children Of A Lesser God’ Academy Award screenwriter, Mark Medoff’s brilliant and moving screenplay is now a theatrical feature, coming to the world in 4th quarter, 2019.

Spencer has re-united with Academy Award nominee Edward James Olmos and Multiple Festival winning director Ross Marks to Executive Produce and serve as Supervising Music Producer for the forthcoming independent feature film, Walking With Herb.

WWH is a faith anchored and inspirational drama which also stars major comedy personality, George Lopez, Academy Award nominee Kathleen Quinlan and Tony Award Winner and Oscar nominated screenwriter Mark Medoff, who penned Herb.

Olmos and Proffer worked together in 1997 on Emmy winner Joe Sargent’s Showtime feature The Wall. Proffer handled the music production work on that film as well as co-wirting and producing the title song, Live On with Graham Nash. Emmy winning composer Larry Brown scored the movie and is working closely with Spencer on WWH as the film’s composer.

Jackelyn Viera Iloff, special projects and special assistant to Joel Osteen at Lakewood Church in Houston is the film’s Spiritual Advisor and also plays a key role in the opening of the movie.

Synopsis & Overview

Joe Amable-Amo (Olmos) thinks nothing much in his background distinguishes him from other guys his age.

He is struggling with his faith after tragedy hits his life, losing a young child.

As the former amateur golfer's life continues to unfold, Joe is besieged with his marriage (Quinlan), working as a bank executive, and gearing up for retirement. But as he is about to discover, life has a way of throwing a curveball that changes everything.

Joe is working at his desk when he receives a message from God on his computer screen that tells him he has been chosen to deliver an inspirational message to the world that the seemingly impossible is possible.

Joe is told that he is going to play in the US Open golf tournament, and if his faith is strong enough, he will win.

As Joe embarks on a spiritual journey along with the Almighty's personal messenger and motorcyclist, Herb (Lopez), Joe learns to make a difference. He must learn to face his fears, have confidence in his abilities, and commit to faith, before he can succeed.

Standing is Edward James Olmos.  Seated left to right is:  Kathleen Quinlan, Spencer, Director Ross Marks, George Lopez and Jackelyn Viera Iloff

Standing is Edward James Olmos.

Seated left to right is:

Kathleen Quinlan, Spencer, Director Ross Marks, George Lopez and Jackelyn Viera Iloff